The Guadalupe Canyon Massacre was an incident that occurred on August 13, 1881 in the Guadalupe Canyon area of the southern Peloncillo Mountains – Guadalupe Mountains. The canyon straddles the modern Arizona and New Mexico state line and connects the Animas Valley of New Mexico with the San Bernardino Valley of Arizona. During the American Old West, the canyon was a key route for smugglers into and out of Mexico. Five men including "Old Man" Clanton, the alleged leader of the group, were killed in the ambush.
... stolen cattle sold to him by Curly Bill through Gualadupe Canyon near the Mexican border ... in what was later dubbed the Guadalupe Canyon Massacre ... by Mexicans with 4 other Americans in Guadalupe Canon New Mexico." Both men signed the inscription ...
... by Mexicans with 4 other Americans in Guadalupe Canon New Mexico." Both men signed the inscription ...
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